Wednesday, October 7, 2009

"There was so much she didn't know!"



"There was so much she didn't know!" - Victory Lap by George Saunders

13 comments:

Joan Elizabeth said...

Yes ... like these are not cows but maybe black faced sheep ;-)

Why are they lined up against the wall?

kobico said...

They're lined up so neatly against the wall!

Buenos Aires Photoblog said...

Seems like they are intrigued by your camera, and you aroused their interest. Goats are sensitive, intelligent animals.

Martina said...

After Walter called me a mountain goat yesterday I thought it't time for goats.
As BAP said, they are very intelligent, after a whole day of sleeping and dozing in the middle of the street they gathered at this concrete wall that had stored the day's heat (it was evening then). For another round of dozing I suppose, ;-)

Martina said...

Joan Elizabeth, lol - in fact I saw some black faced sheep and was thinking of you. But didn't take pictures :-(

Chapa said...

They are against the wall, looking for the shadow? Goats are great models.

Martina said...

Chapa, on the contrary: looking for the stored day's heat in the wall and perhaps the lee. It was really funny watching them all stand up suddenly and lining up there.

AB said...

Zickenparty in the shade?

Martina said...

AB, just having read your comment on Joan Elizabeth's blog I was waiting for some hint to the British ancestry in these goats ... ;-)

Joan Elizabeth said...

Fascinating about them moving in for the heat on the wall, like others I had thought it might be the shade they were seeking ... I'm glad I asked.

Walter Neiger said...

wow ... goats ... I like goats they are so clever ;)

-me said...

not just one goat! but dozens. great photos all. Your commenters have been here a long time. You've got a great following. now -me too!

Martina said...

-me, I have great followers, yes, absolutely! I don't think this blog would be still alive without them.

A good opportunity to say "thank you!" to the ones who by any chance are reading this, :-).

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